A Brief History of the Association of Teacher Educators
In 1938 J.W. Carrington succeeded John G. Flowers as Secretary-Treasurer.
ATE members represent over 700 colleges and universities, over 500 major school systems, and the majority of state departments of education. The ATE office is located in the Washington DC area where it represents its members’ interests before governmental agencies and education organizations. In addition, ATE has representatives on the Council for the Accreditation of Educator Preparation (CAEP).
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